[ UK /tˈɛlɪfˌə‍ʊtə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɛɫəˌfoʊtoʊ/ ]
  1. a photograph made with a telephoto lens
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  • Don't go for a camera with longer than 5x to 6x optical zoom unless you plan doing a lot of telephotography! MyCE News, Articles & Reviews
  • Regardless of format, a telephoto or zoom lens is a must for serious wildlife work.
  • It features some sample pics taken by me showing what the * ZS3* can do in * low light*, including both low ISO/* long exposure* and * high ISO*, flash and no flash, wideangle and telephoto, handheld and not handheld, ... News: Digital Photography Review (
  • Nikon for instance produce a telephoto lens, several wide angle lenses and a fish-eye for their range of models.
  • I think you were hocused by the telephoto lens that was apparantly used to take the photograph you are referring to.
  • Lenses shorter than 50 mm are considered wide-angle lenses; those longer than normal are considered telephoto or long lenses.
  • The telephotograph of the carter’s finger-prints ought to have reached the Préfecture nearly two hours before. Maigret meets a Milord
  • How much important to have USM, IS in telephotography? News: Digital Photography Review (
  • My use of a telephoto lens foreshortens the space between the buildings, enhancing the abstract effect by ‘flattening’ the bricks against the glass.
  • If you're taking a picture of a mountain range, you might want to use a telephoto lens, a lens with an especially long focal length.
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